family safari kenya
If you are interested in a family safari Kenya really does offer the very best overall experience. This is because there is so much diversity in terms of activities. You can go horse riding, sleep in tree houses, camp out at night, go on walking safaris assisted by camels and learn all about the local Samburu tribe. They will also teach you everything they know about the bush, the medicinal properties of plants and trees, and how to track animals. You can help track lions in the bush with researchers.
You can then see the amazing wildebeest migration in the Masai Mara, take a walking safari here and learn about the Maasai, visit a school and perhaps a women’s project. You can also go fishing from a log cabin on Mount Kenya! You can then land up on the coast, should you wish and swim anongst dolphins. Stay at a Robinson Crusoe retreat or in a private villa that comes with its own boat and skipper!